• The harder I practice, the luckier I get. Gary Player
  • Work hard to make things easier. Peter Carrill
  • There‚Äôs no such thing as coulda, shoulda and woulda. If you shoulda and coulda, you woulda done it.
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Congratulations to the following players for making one of our boys pride teams.  It was a tough selection process and you should be proud for making the team. 

If you are not listed and love basketball, please keep working on your game - sign up for the YMCA, attend clinics and camps.  We have many stories of individuals who kept working and were successful in the future.

 

6th Grade

First Name Last Name
Christian Arellano
Andrew Florek
Colin Henderson
Ethan Hotchkiss
Eric Jacobs
Joey Long
Julian Mencia
Hayden Nolan
Farin Parks
Brett Powell
Karder Fox  (Practice Player)

 

5th Grade

First Name Last Name
Kean Baumgardner
Dawson Collier
Riley Eaton
Rayshawn Frazier-Hewitt
Dominic Goodworth
Trustin Hart
Logan Kennedy
Eric Knepper
Christian Munday
Nate Nystrom
Shaun Smith
Trinity Wright
John Weaver Jr (Practice Player)

 

4th Grade

First Name Last Name
Oliver Collier
Landon Crable
Caden Geesaman
Chance Hall
Carter Hough
Landon Kennedy
Jack Knepper
Daniel Martin
Caiden Shacreaw
Jaxon Teson
Jayden Tyler

 

 

 

 


Waynesboro Basketball Association (WBA)

In 2009 it was decided that the WBA had a such a good inaugural season that it would expand to not only promote youth team but would encompass the Middle School and High School boys teams as well. In October 2014, the girls booster club merged into the WBA as well.  The primary purpose of the WBA is to promote the development of athletic and leadership skills of the most promising and committed basketball players attending a school in the Waynesboro Area School District. This will be accomplished by stressing good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty and respect for authority. A secondary but as important purpose will be to set a direction of how to go about winning that will eventually be fully executed at the middle school and more importantly high school level. It is not the purpose of this association to stress winning and losing at the youth level, but what steps and skills are needed in order to accomplish the ultimate goal of this association which is success, winning, at the high school level. Direction of the program will be set in conjunction with the high school program and may be dictated and/or changed by the high school varsity head coach.